Many women want to boost their fertility health but aren’t sure where to start.
If this is you, don’t you worry; I am going to make this as easy as possible for you and save you tons of time in trying to figure it all out.
This post is packed with resources for anyone who’s just getting started with (or wanting to revive) their fertility journey.
Keep reading to learn about the three most important areas to focus on for healthy fertility.
Diet really does make a difference when it comes to fertility. The foods you are eating and the not so healthy foods you are avoiding can all have an impact on your hormonal and fertility health.
With this in mind, here are some quick tips when it comes to eating a fertility diet:
Eat more whole foods. A good rule of thumb is to shop on the outside aisles of the grocery store – this is generally where you find most of the fresh foods.
Add fertility smoothies. Fertility smoothies are an easy and tasty way to eat more antioxidants, vitamins, minerals and fiber are all powerful ways to support your reproductive system.
They are especially great because they’re packed with nutrition and are super easy to make.
When a client comes to us for help, a Fertility Cleanse is usually the first place we start. This is because it addresses two main areas that are really important to focus on before taking any other steps.
The liver helps to support the body’s natural ability of getting rid of toxins and excess hormones. Using herbs that support the liver, you are able to accelerate this process and help support hormonal health overall.
Uterine health is the next area of focus for the Fertility Cleanse. Your uterus is where your child will be living for the next nine months, so focusing on increasing circulation, tonifying the uterine muscles and preparing for implantation will all be beneficial.
Fertility charting is a huge step in learning your body – and it’s totally free (as long as you have a pharmacy thermometer.)
Fertility charting will help you to learn:
- When you’re ovulating (dip then a spike in temp.)
- If your thyroid is functioning well (lower than avg. temps.)
- If you have high or low progesterone (no or little rise after ovulation)
- The length of your luteal phase (time from ovulation until your period)
These are all key things to know and address when you’re preparing for pregnancy and supporting fertility naturally.
Eat Healthy Fats
Healthy fats are essential for your hormonal health. You can get these from whole foods like nuts, seeds, and organic animal products.
Manage Your Stress
The world’s been a crazy place lately. Many of us have been more stressed than we’ve felt in a very long time.
Having a stress management plan and tools in place are important to help deal with all the things life throws your way.
Some useful tools for this are essential oils, hot baths, journaling, and exercise – to name a few. But feel free to choose whatever methods work best for you.
Herbs can be some of the most useful tools when it comes to hormonal health. There is no one-size-fits-all herb, so feel free to reach out to us to get connected to the right resources for your personal situation.
Moving towards healthier fertility does not have to be hard. Start with these three areas and then go from there.
If you apply these tips, you’re already taking some amazing first steps in preparing your body for pregnancy.
If you would like some additional information or have questions about natural fertility, feel free reach out to us. We can point you in the direction of resources that can help.
If you want to know the best place to get started with helping to prepare your body for pregnancy, I highly recommend signing up for my Fertility Cleanse Guide today!
You can access it by clicking on the pink button below.